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mI2SL il? * B*^^J mf m m - Zj!y gf • $ fllk ;^ r „ J^^|g:;; ; 'tfiJtl *■ -.. g& ""' *H | JpM' |spr iiiiifcioi KiHit ..v WBLAMUKIA. N*-Ourift| itc first public iKowmi at International Airport here, the UJ. Air Facer’s new YH-1, the world * target transport helicopter, dwarfs the Navy’s HUP-I U rcfround) and the HU "Work Horst,* largest hdicopter now la servlet. Forty soldiers, thirty two Uttar patients or three jeeps may be carried aboard the craft—this country’s first twin-engine tandem transport ’copter. The YH-14 has a cruising apesd of 141? MPH -United U.N. TENSION REVIVES ON PEACE TALK PLAN •y A. I. OOLDRIRO UNITED NATION®, NY. l*~ Tension MM up again to tha United Nation* today as snptaatvs mv da* kali kcio* a certainty to the *ihn of Communist China's da toanda far a “round table’* Korean A spokesman for tha United St a tea at oora emphatically r*> Jacted tha Peiping propoaala. made to a tang t clef ram yesterday from Chtoaaa Premier-Foreign Minister Chon Kn-Lal to U. N. Secretary Ganaral Dag Hammarskfold. With tha U. N. oantral Assam- My opening tomorrow, delegates prepared for another oratorical battle ewer Chou's demands that and Indonesia ho tovited to tha psaca conference as “neutrals.**! and that Red China and North Ko ran ho incited to aond represents tires to the U. N assambty “to discuss tha question of aniarguti the membership of toe political conference - 11. ft. Aaaictaot Secretary f Mate Robert Murphy voiced tha Amort • can rejection, tailing tha Americas Ann. lor tha United Nations to a •peach to New York that the American plan tor n two-sided conference must ha carried out. Tha assembly approved this plan m 4 last month Murphy sahl tha U. ft. govern ment “sea no reason whatever" tor saw assembly debate on tha contoreute makeup, or for inviting tha fted Chtoaaa to tha assembly.! But delegates generally felt the question would brash into the open non after tha body electa Ha of ficers and organic** what la sup posed to be a three-month aaaaion. Qualified quarters aaid that the United States, rather than risk having no peace conference at all. would withdraw Ra opposition to ftntued debate U. S. delegates gathered to New York tor their first briefing on the new development and on other U. ft. policies tor the coming sea Secretary of Mala John Foster Dulles arrived tost night to attend the assembly opening and huddled uith Murphy. TMa morning ■ aesalon of tha delegation at the U. ft. mission headquarters an Park Avenue was the first tune that the new dele-; gataa—Gov James F. Byrnes. Henry Ford 11, Rapa Prances P. Bolton i Rohm ) and Janies P. Richards (D-SCv-had a chance to ait down at (hair own round table and determine their tasks hi the aasomhly and Ra seven com- Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., perma nent U. 8. delegate, came hark from n vacation mat night ta Join the group, which includes kis dep uty James Wadaworth. and these alternate delegates: James D. Eel lerhach. San Francisco industrial Ist; Archibald J. Carey Jr., min ister in a Chicago African Meth- Cbarlea Mayo, of tha Mayo Clinic: and Mrs. toward B Lard, a mem ber of the U. N. Human Rights Commission. Byrnes, now governor of South Carolina, was secretary of state under President Truman m IMS and XMB. He baa dealt with the Russians to Rig Pour meetings and at tha Pans pese* conference ta im Ha Is m stranger to Russia’s chief delegate Anuret Viaiuntky and Jacob Malik. The latter, now Russian ambassador to London Is due hem Tuesday morning to help Vuhtnsky. Malik's assignment was regarded ta a sure tip that the Russians would come up with some fegv disarmament proposal bated on their claim of having mastered tha hydrogen bomb. HOILYWOOD NOTES B? JAMfS BACON (Par Sets Themes) HOLLYWOOD tte-Vic Mature, a guy who loves his sociable secur ity, Is one actor more than happy to stay tinder contract to a studio. ll# wants no part of the current Hollywood vogue for free lancing.! A vogue, by the wsy. tost is some times voluntary among actors but tor* often enforced by studio Mtomnotoa. Vie believes that the free lan cer’s career can be seriously dam aged with one lousy picture. **Feur of my pictures would kiU a free barer, ** comments Vic. j*’Mt? I have • contract They have, to pay me anyhow. 1 get just as much ter the stinks ts as 1 do tot gned ones ” Mature, one of the shrewdest fl-i naoctal heads among the stars, wants the weekly paycheck, wheth er he’s making a picture or not Tha free lancer* caty fat paid when they work. "So they knock themselves out doing television octwsen pictures. Me. I make more money off tsde vtsioo than tha actors who are do ing tL” He owns a chain of television and appliance stores in Las An geles. Next to the money, Vie likes tha frimdahip he makes by working at Ike same stand. -I Uke working wttk the same people week after week Who wants to skip all over toe world making ptrteres- making new friends all the time* "It takes a who* for people to get to Uke me 1 may seem Uke • weird character at first but one* you know me. I'm aa okay guy Of course. I may have to buy some of them a basis# first, but eventually they e-t to like me ’ i Vic Is a likable fallow and prob ably boasts more friends among rank and file studio employes than moat stars He socialites more wttk them toss be does with other ac tors j “You know * he says, "tola whole interview could sound silly if Fox forgot to pick up my op tion. 1 might change my whole attitude toward free lancing M ' Piper Laurie. Vir’s co-star la Rangers of toe North." joined ua In the dressing roam. She reported that the director wasn’t satisfied with the ending wherein Vic rescues her from n glacier fall. "Tell him vre*ll have the snow melt when I kiss yea. Then we can make a sequel called What eear Became of Glacier National Park?** I Vie is sequel kappv since com pletion of "Hie Robe His bosses were ae happy w.th his portrtl of the slave Demetrius that they im mediately made **Demetrius aad the Gladiator* ’’ Tlua could lead to fhat inevitable Hollywood cycle of "Demetrius Strikes Bock" aad ’ Son ©f Dcrae trios.** HISTIR AATTIRY Mm( Cat* II II Am* If) f mA. II MM.-HI Amp. IMS |u4l H WM.-1H Amp. __ 14 4S liA. IS Mm.—'lll Amp. __ IMS l.cA LOU SMITH-IIIS WHITI ST. ROK Trials Begin SEOUL 1 m Sooth Koran’s high est military court announced today three high officers at the ROK army are kshg triad aa charges of pkdtiag to overthrow the govern- Tha secret trial began last Mon day. - tf ‘tie accused are Brig. Gen Kim Chong Pyuag. former chief of the ROK army iatoilifsaca, Lt Cal. Kim 0 Neb (alias Kim Bum Kfl), Gen. Kin’s father, aad Cal. Kin Wha baa, chief at staff ter the Ist ROK Corps Gen. Kim also la acewsod of am brisling about SUMS I^tn^t*mitoc*liNiCi^ | Coil 3-3234 j Our Uttod Car Lot Is Opton until 9 PM. Each Night 4fs Invite Yon te Coma ta •sf Lank Over Our Haw MAVAmb.bc. USIO CAB LOT 4M imlherd Bt. Diet MM I always go to "City Loan Car I r I T V |Q A M L°. of Key West PHONE 2-5681 524 Southard St GiMin Plans Proceedings Against Lawyer MIAMI UP- Orta* !• Vim cent C. 6Mb, aa outspoke* tee of Florida* •Wntekte" divorce !♦ fijl he i I prtpij* ftiß He says he alse srifl ask the county isHclter la Me charges against Ihs lawyer's client “far perjury and testify mg falsely aa der eeth * Seeker* of Florida disarms mi KWIK WAY to SAVE! |~ All Prices Good Tkri Wediesday I In Key Went T !?.. l 'S. GOVT. 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CANTALOUPES Watch 1 e# 1 “lir Kwik Chek %|F 2” 29 GROW! tot state q dqn and stsls Jory as this cooat and lsava Os rials lamediataiy after getting to la yaaterday’s itatonraL It knit pram# (ourt. which recently over rated Ms verdicts la tees divorce rssss Ha teafiad tha high coast | la reeartMf ledge Gfttin’s ral 'has. the court suggested that if he deesa’t Uke Flarids’s divorce laws I* should taka lit matter ap with the Legislature. **rm foteg te roatteue to deny divorces to Rilgrstocy perjurer* who coara here to rid themselves of toe responsibility sf marriage assumed to soother state.** Judge Glttte mid. “Aa tang as my com Page 10 TNt KtY WIST CtTtZtN View Ta Br Rrstorrd pownrow lakes, n. j. m-\ The Stsodard OU Os of Now Je*^ *•* te gstog to demolish a gsso ■rieoce is dear, I*B leave toe rest up to their (the Roper n* Court •) hiram sad caasrlaacF." Jodgs Giktn was aa answer#** hd raadtdate ter tha Isgirsms CcsHl last year. He said he asight "" *•* *ll they wish to make •a lams of my attitude ” Maadav. tsptsmhsi 14. HI) illas station as Prsak Winters caa [havs a vtew team his heck porch. • laknterium wing te tha fas su urn heesase It btackad hh view of too street Aa attarary ter the Mg ad com. may told toe tecal soomg heard Thursday tost they would tear down their old stettea aad rebuild a aew oat with a tehritartam eight feet bach teem Winters’ proprrty •ehe caa sea toe lewas mala itfm.